This semester course gives students the opportunity to learn about essential elements of personal finance that they are likely to encounter as young adults both during and after college. Students learn about interest, the present and future value of money, debt, basic banking, investing, loans, retirement savings, insurance, and taxes. Throughout this course, students explore the nature of growth and decay, and compound interest. Overall, the course focuses on solving math problems related to financial literacy, providing students with the basic knowledge and tools they will need to apply their problem-solving abilities to their financial life. Throughout the course, students will engage in budgeting and stock investing simulations using an online application called Personal Finance Lab.